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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Hybrid Flowering Quince, Jet Trail Flowering Quince)

This compact, spreading flowering quince bears masses of angelic white flowers in spring. Many favor hybrid flowering quince because it combines the most desirable features of its parent species, common flowering quince (Chaenomeles speciosa) and Japanese flowering quince (C. japonica). 'Jet Trail' is a low growing, densely branched selection ideal for foundation plantings and small garden spaces. It even looks good cascading down stone retaining walls.

Clusters of bowl-shaped...

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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Flowering Quince)

This old Japanese cultivar originated from the K. Wada, Hakoneya Nurseries, of Numazushi, Japan and was first brought to the United States in 1939 where it was grown at The Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Illinois. The name ‘Kinjishi’ translates to “golden lion” and refers to its glowing golden orange-red, fully double flowers. Many favor hybrid flowering quince because it combines the most desirable features of parent species, the common flowering quince (Chaenomeles speciosa) and Japanese flowering...

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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Flowering Quince)

Admired for its large, open, tomato-red blooms, 'Stanford Red' is a 1940 introduction bred at Clarke Nursery of San Jose, California. Many favor hybrid flowering quince because it combines the most desirable features of its parent species, common flowering quince (Chaenomeles speciosa) and Japanese flowering quince (C. japonica).

Clusters of bowl-shaped flowers cover this quince in early spring both before and after the glossy leaves emerge. The single blossoms are rich red...

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Jessie Keith

(Hybrid Flowering Quince, Texas Scarlet Flowering Quince)

The compact, glossy-leaved hybrid flowering quince, 'Texas Scarlet' , bears masses of striking reddish flowers in spring and has few thorns, unlike most other selections. Many favor hybrid flowering quince because it combines the most desirable features of its parent species, common flowering quince (Chaenomeles speciosa) and Japanese flowering quince (C. japonica). 'Texas Scarlet' is a compact, densely branched selection ideal for foundation plantings, low hedges and rockeries.

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(Hybrid Flowering Quince)

Hybrid flowering quince is a spiny, medium-sized, deciduous shrub known for its large spring flowers that come in an array of colors. Many favor this ornamental quince because it combines the most desirable features of its parent species, common flowering quince (Chaenomeles speciosa) and Japanese flowering quince (C. japonica). Its pretty spring blooms come in an array of colors and broad, spreading form and spiny branches make it useful for hedges or screening.

Clusters of...

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Forest & Kim Starr

(Geraldton Waxflower)

Needle-thin leaves on tall, thin stems contrast in texture and color with Geraldton waxflower’s lush clusters of light-pink flowers. An open, fine-textured evergreen shrub for warm climates, it is native to the Shark Bay region of extreme western Australia. The leaves are short, thin, and bright-green to dark-green, depending on the season. Crush a leaf and a pleasant scent of lemon escapes. The branches are smooth and grayish-brown, but on older plants become shaggy. Young twigs can be slightly...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Desert Willow)

An upright, multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub or tree native to the deserts of Mexico and the southwestern United States, this willowy-leaved plant bears large, fragrant, tubular flowers from late spring until fall. The white, pink, or lavender flowers have yellow, purple-veined throats. Long bean-like pods follow the flowers. The long, green, narrow leaves drop in early fall. Many cultivars have been selected for flower color, habit, and other characteristics.

Desert willow is adapted to coarse,...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Bubba Desert Willow, Desert Willow)

Bubba desert willow is an upright, multi-stem, evergreen to semi-evergreen shrub or tree with a rounded to spreading crown. Leaves are green and narrow giving desert willow a slightly weeping habit. Flowers occur abundantly in summer and are tubular, showy, fragrant and dark pink with yellow throats. Bubba desert willow does not typically produce fruit pods.

Desert willow is native to the southwestern United States and Mexico where it is adapted to coarse, dry alkaline to acidic soils and full...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Burgundy Desert Willow, Desert Willow)

Burgundy desert willow is an upright, multi-stem, evergreen to semi-evergreen shrub or tree with a rounded to spreading crown. Leaves are green and narrow giving desert willow a slightly weeping habit. Tubular burgundy flowers with yellow throats occur abundantly in summer and are showy and fragrant. These produce elongated fruit pods.

Desert willow is native to the southwestern United States and Mexico where it is adapted to coarse, dry alkaline to acidic soils and full sun. It is a colorful...

(Desert Willow, Lucretia Hamilton Desert Willow)

Lucretia Hamilton desert willow is an upright, multi-stem, evergreen to semi-evergreen shrub or tree with a rounded to spreading crown. It is slightly smaller than most desert willow selections. Leaves are green and narrow giving desert willow a slightly weeping habit. Tubular deep pink to purple flowers with yellow throats occur abundantly in summer and are showy and fragrant. These produce elongated fruit pods.

Desert willow is native to the southwestern United States and Mexico where it is...